Normal office workers have fun with photocopiers by mashing naked body parts onto them. Apparently, designers do, too. But in José Ernesto Rodriguez's case, the result was a beautiful typeface, not a firing offense. Rodriguez created "Handschrift" by pressing his palms and fingers onto the copier glass in various patterns. The grainy, photogram-like images became a set of 2-D letterforms with all the expressive, spontaneous appeal of modern sign language.
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